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Saraki, Magu and the Phantom War on Corruption

Friday, March 24, 2017
Wednesday, 15th of March was the day Ibrahim Magu, the Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, was hoping to have his appointment confirmed by the much vilified Nigerian Senate after having been rejected the first time over a report written against him and s ...

WILL IBORI GET JUSTICE?

Friday, March 24, 2017
The Afrobeat maestro gave a scathing attack on imperialism or neo-colonialism with one of his numerous hit songs lsquo;Colonial Mentality. rsquo; Some of the words are lsquo; hellip; hellip; hellip; hellip;.. Dem Judge go kack wig and jail him brother away no be so hellip; hellip; hellip;.. rsquo ...

WHY THE TWO SAMUELS ARE RARE SPECIES

Wednesday, March 22, 2017
In faraway Geneva, Switzerland, in Western Europe, over ten dozen top Chief Executive Officers of blue-chip Companies operating on the Black African continent are about now rounding up their meeting with the objective of uncovering the magic wand for the rapid industrialization of A ...

Sponsored Attacks On Amnesty International: Another Dimension To Raging State Te

Wednesday, March 22, 2017
(Intersociety amp; SBCHROs, Nigeria: 22nd March 2017)-The leaderships of International Society for Civil Liberties amp; the Rule of Law (Intersociety) and Southeast Based Coalition of Human Rights Organizations (SBCHROs) are deeply shocked and dismayed concerning the ongoi ...

Managing Disasters in disastrous era

Tuesday, March 21, 2017
There is no gainsaying the scientific and evidence -based facts that Nigerians are passing through troubling and disastrous era from the economic, social, environmental and humanitarian perspectives. Because government exists in the first place to implement strategies to better the existential si ...

Ile Ife Crisis: Between Ethnic Conquest and the Glorification of “Yeyerity”

Tuesday, March 21, 2017
The March 8, 2017, crisis in Ile Ife between the host Yoruba community and the settler Hausa community that led to the unfortunate loss of lives on both sides has further exposed the delicate nature of our union as a nation and the need to find urgent solutions to these crises which have bedeviled o ...

Policy incoherence fuels herdsmen attacks

Monday, March 20, 2017
There is now a commonality of opinion that the rate of violent attacks of farmers all across Nigeria by armed Fulani herdsmen skyrocketed since the emergence of the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari who by birth is a Fulani. Conversely, since he assumed office last May, president Buhar ...

GOVERNOR NASIR EL-RUFAI'S LETTER AND ANTICS OF AN OPPORTUNIST

Monday, March 20, 2017
The letter written by Governor Nasir El-Rufai couple of months ago, but only leaked recently speak volume on the kind of leaders thatwe have. They are nothing more than mere opportunists. In the letter, Governor Nasir El-Rufai, who some times claims that he was the person that exerted pres ...

NDLEA, WHERE ARE THE SEIZED DRUGS?

Monday, March 20, 2017
Ever wondered constructively what happened or happens to the tons of hard drugs that are on daily basis seized by men and officers of the National Drugs Law Enforcement Agency? Have you ever reflected on why the boko Haram terrorists have waged a seemingly unending insurgency against the Nigerian ...

Middle East: Two states good, one state better!

Monday, March 20, 2017
The world has once again been reminded that there was no honesty in the two-state hype as way round the Middle East crisis. The reminder is yet another wake-up call for Palestinians, as if they needed it, that they have to fight harder than they have done so far if they truly desire an independent S ...

MONUMENTAL SHAME ON SARAKI!

Sunday, March 19, 2017
The separation of powers theory is what shot Baron De Montesquieu to fame. His radical ideas which the then decrepit monarchy viewed with utmost suspicion was the remote cause of the popular 1789 French revolution which made France the first country in the entire Europe to jettison the monarchy for ...

Give Amnesty International the Boot!

Sunday, March 19, 2017
The people and governments of countries like Iraq, Libya, Yemen and Afghanistan would be wishing they have the good fortunes of Nigeria. That fortune is for their countries to survive peacefully long enough to get rid of the catalyst of the disaster that befell them. Take away the catalyst and the s ...

Senate Vs Ali Debacle: Group Hails Sahara Reporters's Investigation, Says More R

Sunday, March 19, 2017
After reading the investigative report by Sahara Reporters on why our Senators are harassing Col. Hameed Ali-led Customs Service on a disguised and trivial issue like the wearing of Uniform why concealing the main issue from Nigerians, we are happy that the truth which is part of our ear ...
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